The pandemic, staffing shortages, and tax law changes have all helped create a massive backlog in resolving tax notices as well as processing income tax returns and estimated tax payments. What can household employers expect?
Due to the pandemic, the IRS has extended the time individuals have to file their tax returns. Tax day has been moved to May 17, 2021. Here’s what you need to know.
It’s that time of year again. Here’s what you need to know if employed someone to work in your home last year and how to file your nanny taxes in 2021.
It has been quite the year, to say the least. And you still have one more task to knock off your to-do list … nanny taxes. Even if you’ve put off anything to do with them until now, don’t worry. We’ll take you step-by-step through the process.
The IRS recently released a draft of the 2020 Schedule H, which a family files with their personal tax return to report household employment taxes. The draft reconciles tax credits taken for qualified paid leave related to the pandemic. Here’s what household employers need to know.